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Jamir Coleman
Jamir Coleman
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Lima, Ohio
High School: Lima Central Catholic
Position: Jumps

2015-16: Outdoor:  Garnered four top-five performances in the long jump, including finishing fifth at the Mid-American Conference Championships (May 13) with a season-best jump of 24-5.75 (7.46m)...placed seventh in the 200 meters at the MAC Championships (May 14) with a time of 21.74...turned in a season-best time of 10.99 in the 100 meters at the LSU Alumni Invitational (April 23)...Indoor: Placed fourth at the Mid-American Conference Championships in the 200 meters (21.48), while finishing eighth in the long jump with a mark of 23-4.75 (7.13m)...had five top-five performances in the long jump, including placing second at the Kent State Dual (Jan. 22) and Akron Invitational (Feb. 5) with jumps of 23-11.50 (7.30m) and 24-1.75 (7.36m), respectively...finished third at the Penn State National (Jan. 29) jumping a season-high 24-2.50 (7.38m)...had four top-five performances in the 200 meters, including placing second at the Akron Invitational (Feb. 5) in a season-low time of 21.43...turned in a season-best time (6.93) in the preliminary round of the 60 meters at the Nittany Lion Challenge (Jan. 16).

2014-15: Indoor: garnered four top-five efforts in the long jump, including winning the Kent State Dual (Jan. 16) with a season-best jump of 24-7.25…placed sixth in the long jump at the Mid-American Conference Championship (Feb. 28) leaping 23-2.75…member of second-place 4x400 relay team at the Akron Pole Vault Convention (Jan. 9) that crossed the line in 3:22.57…also ran in the 200 meters at the Akron Pole Vault Convention (Jan. 9)...Outdoor: NCAA East Preliminary Round qualifier in the long jump placing 36th with a leap of 23-2.75...garnered six top-five efforts in the long jump, including jumping 22-5.25 to win at the Cal State LA Twilight (April 16)...registered a career-best outdoor mark of 24-7.25 to place third at the Longhorn Invitational (May 2)...turned in career-best times in the 100 and 200 meters at the Longhorn Invitational (May 2) in 10.72 and 21.81, respectively.